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Selfish Urban Professionals and Governance…….

Daily Mirror …….How the ignorant willingness of the urban middle-class activism keep this system going Legality and morals apart, more questions arose with respect to democratic rule. A whole lot of new amendments substituted a single amendment brought to the Provincial Council Elections Bill at the last minute. The crisis is evident in the education … Continue reading

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Like never before

Daily News The controversy over the Central Bank bond sale continues to create ripples in political circles, even as Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe created history this week by becoming the first sitting Prime Minister in this country to appear before a Commission of Inquiry. What initially caught the imagination of the public was the public … Continue reading

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A new era in Zimbabwe

Daily News Editorial  Television screens worldwide were filled with scenes of jubilant Zimbabweans celebrating the resignation of 94-year-old President Robert Mugabe, the world’s oldest serving leader, on Tuesday after 37 long years in power. His resignation or more accurately, ouster came after the Zimbabwe Army led by General Constantino Chiwenga intervened with “Operation Restore Legacy” … Continue reading

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Slogans used by rulers to dupe the Buddhists

Daily Mirror Anagreement between the UK and the Kandyan Chiefs of Ceylon titled, Kandyan Convention,was signed in 1815. The terms of the convention stipulated that the Kingdom of Kandy would be annexed to the British Empire, giving Britain total control over the island nation. The king of Kandy was arrested and deposed. The convention upheld … Continue reading

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Curse of racism in SL: This time Gintota

Sinhalese and Muslims wanted to live in peace. However racist mercenaries think otherwise. By Latheef Farook It appears that racism and racist politics which brought endless misery to people have started rising its ugly heads again. This time it is at Gintota, a town close to Galle in the South of the island. It was … Continue reading

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